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Benefits Of Walking

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Trim Your Waistline, Improve Your Health

Benefits Of Walking

*Lower Low-Density Lipoprotein (LDL) The Bad Cholesterol

*Raise High Density (HDL) The Good Cholesterol

*Lower Your Blood Pressure

*Reduce Your Risk Of Or Manage Type 2 Diabetes

*Manage Your Weight

*Improve your Mood

*Stay Fit And Strong

All It Takes To Reap The Benefits Is A Routine Of Brisk Walking.

Research Shows That Regular, Brisk Walking Can Reduce The Risk Of Heart Attack By The Same Amount As MoreVigorous Exercise, Such As Jogging.


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
KIMATHY1 6/7/2015 1:17AM

    Bi am going to
Start walking to better my health too

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FLOJOBEFIT 12/20/2014 5:16AM

    Thank you for your inspirational blogs, I want to walk with you!!! emoticon I am also a believer of just walking regularly as possible, sometimes as far as possible. With my husband or alone, I always enjoy it and feel good!! Keep inspiring, emoticon

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    Woohoo for Walking! emoticon

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-PAULA 7/24/2011 1:30PM

    I totally agree! Thanks for posting all the good points!

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BIGDOG18 7/24/2011 12:07PM


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JUNA89 7/24/2011 12:00PM

    It works for me! Thanks!!

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FITWITHIN 7/24/2011 11:50AM

    I totally agree with you. I'm going to make it a point to walk on the WW bridge at least 2 - 3 days a week after I get off from work in the morning. This way my workout is done if I have to return to work that night. This walk is mostly on an incline. So, all I have to say for myself is,"Hello Sexy Legs". emoticon OMG! I just love your new background.

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ELRIDDICK 7/24/2011 11:49AM

  Thanks for sharing

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